A "hash" is a one-way function.
You can create the hash from the original text, but you cannot re-create the original text from the hash.
Also, a good hashing algorithm (and MD5 is considered "good" by the cryptography community), always results in the same length hash, no matter what the input text is. A hash from a one-character string is (theoretically) as pseudo-random as a hash from a very long string.
All of which is a long-winded way of saying "no."